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Through the ‘Hope for Refugees’ campaign

The brand collaborates with Doctors Without Borders and Rogue Fitness

on May 06, 2022 at 1:13 pm

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CrossFit will hold solidarity trainings in which users are invited to make donations for refugees in Ukraine

(5-6-2022) CrossFit, together with Doctors Without Borders and Rogue Fitness, has promoted the ‘Hope for Refugees’ campaign, a series of solidarity trainings that will serve to collect charitable donations for refugees in Ukraine.

This weekend, May 7-8, CrossFit joins Doctors Without Borders and Rogue Fitness to offer solidarity training in support of first responders helping and assisting Ukrainian refugees and other war zones and situations of crisis. health crisis around the world. ‘Hope for Refugees’ (‘Hope for refugees’) consists of a training session that the company has published on its website and social networks around the world.

With the excuse of this training, which will be held in parallel in thousands of boxes in different countries, the firm hopes to raise funds from its participants, through voluntary donations. CrossFit, which works with MSF to support its care for refugees around the world, will fill in the missing financial figure, regarding the donations made, up to $50,000.

“We are very fortunate to be able to partner with Doctors Without Borders, an organization that embodies values ​​similar to CrossFit. We have one of the strongest communities of owners and members in the world and it is at this moment that we can show what we are capable of”, assured the general manager of CrossFit Global Affiliates, Gary Gaines.


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